10 Rocket-Propelled Ways To Ignite Your Profits!

Written by Larry Dotson

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6. Use holidays as a reason to get free publicity. Write a press release or article aboutrepparttar current holiday. It'll have a high chance of being published.

7. Utilizerepparttar 125117 free content onrepparttar 125118 internet. Publish one article on a single web page and your main web site link then upload it as a doorway page.

8. Test your new products onrepparttar 125119 bottom of your home page. You don't want to take away hits from your best selling products until others are proven.

9. Make commissions without joining an affiliate program. Just propose a joint venture offer to web sites that don't have affiliate programs.

10. Persuade other web sites to link to yours. It can improve your search engine ranking. Just offer them something of value in return.

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Networking for Beginners

Written by William /"Wild Bill/" Montgomery

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Be Personal....PLEASE!

This is what networking is all about and your contact with your network should be as personal as possible.

For those of us onrepparttar Internet juggling large mailing lists it is often hard to be personal with what you would call your network. To start with you should use a personalized email program (http://www.MakingProfit.com/mp/webware.shtml) to call your contacts (or subscribers) by name. This is better than "Dear Sir/Madam or To Whom it Concerns".

For good network contacts such as your qualified prospects you might want to consider a phone call. A follow up letter never hurts. That always gives you a chance to include a brochure and/or announcements.

Just what isrepparttar 125116 Biggest Secret to Networking?

You want to knowrepparttar 125117 biggest secret to Networking andrepparttar 125118 hardest part as well? Doing it! Do yourself a favor, set goals for yourself. Say to yourself, I will contact this many people this month. Keep at it until you reach your goal. The hardest part of networking just getting out there and doing it.

One Last Tip...

Being onrepparttar 125119 Internet and using email this is no easy task for cold calls either. With such words as Bulk Mail, Flaming and Spam you need to step (or "key") softly.

My suggestion to writing "cold calls" is rather than send them any advertising, take some time, use their name (includingrepparttar 125120 subject heading), and invite them to visit your site for a free offer or to use a free service. Don't try to sell then anything and remember to eliminate any signature file lines you may have attached.

As with any unsolicited email always comes a risk and a warning. No matter how clean (of advertising) it is it can still be considered spam, but goodness knows then just about any email today could be.

Align your messages with your targets. Don't send your message out to just anyone, and never, ever send advertising. Make your invite and leave it at that. If they visit you and like your services they'll let you know. In my judgment, anything else is far aboverepparttar 125121 risk it is worth.

This can be a "nifty networking tool" if used responsibly, moderately and properly. Be sincere, be personable and don't sell!

William "Wild Bill" Montgomery President, GreatDesignz.com

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